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View of Station Lunar Module,Commander Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan,Flag,Lunar Roving Vehicle taken during the third Extravehicular Activity EVA 3 of the Apollo 17 mission. Original film magazine was labeled E film type was SO-368 Color Exterior, CEX, Ektachrome MS, color reversal 60mm lens with a sun elevation of 36 degrees.
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Interior forward view of Mir Space Station Base Block with Control Station in middle of frame.
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Topic: What -- Russian Mir Space Station
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Soft focus view of the interior of the International Space Station ISS Destiny U.S. Laboratory taken during Expedition Four.
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Topic: What -- International Space Station ISS
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Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr.,Lunar Module LM pilot, walks near the module as a picture is taken of him. Discoloration is visible on his boots and suit from the lunar soil adhering to them. Reflection of the LM and Astronaut Niel A. Armstrong is visible in Aldrin's helmet visor. Image taken at Tranquility Base during the Apollo 11 Mission. Original film magazine was labeled S. Film Type: Ektachrome EF SO168 color film on a 2.7-mil Estar polyester base taken with a 60mm lens. Sun angle is...
Topics: Who -- Buzz Aldrin, What -- Apollo 11, What -- Sun
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Survey views of the Mir space station taken by the STS-81 crew after undocking from the station. Views include: Dark views of the Docking Module (DM) (014-7). Views of the whole station against the darkness of space (018-44). Views of the whole station against a blue and and white Earth (045-51). Views of the whole station against a dark Earth background (052-56). Views of the whole station against a cloudy Earth background (057-62).
Topics: What -- Russian Mir Space Station, What -- STS-81, What -- Earth
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Astronauts Charles Conrad Jr.,commander of the Apollo 12 lunar landing mission,stands at the Module Equipment Stowage Assembly MESA on the Lunar Module LM following the first Apollo 12 Extravehicular Activity EVA-1 on the lunar surface. The erectable S-band antenna is already deployed at right. The carrier for the Apollo Lunar Hand Tools ALHT is near Conrad. The images were taken during the first extravehicular activity EVA-1 of the Apollo 12 mission,on Nov. 19,1969. Original film magazine was...
Topics: Who -- Charles Conrad Jr., What -- Apollo 12
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Excellent view of the docked Apollo 9 Command and Service Modules CSM and Lunar Module LM, with Earth in the background, during astronaut David R. Scott's stand-up Extravehicular Activity EVA, on the fourth day of the Apollo 9 Earth-orbital mission. Scott, command module pilot, is standing in the open hatch of the Command Module CM. Film magazine was E, film type was SO-368 Ektachrome with 0.460 - 0.710 micrometers film / filter transmittance response and haze filter,80mm lens.
Topics: Who -- David R. Scott, What -- Apollo 9
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Left to right are astronauts John W. Young, Virgil I. Grissom, Walter M. Schirra Jr. and Thomas P. Stafford. Gemini III crew assignments are as follows: Grissom, command pilot; Young, pilot, on the prime crew, with Schirra (command pilot) and Stafford (pilot) serving as alternates. EDITOR'S NOTE: For the Gemini-Titan VI mission, Grissom and Young served as backups for Schirra and Stafford.
Topics: What -- Gemini, What -- Titan
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View of Lee Archambault in Node 1 Unity as he exercises with the Advanced Resistive Exercise Device ARED during Expedition 18 / STS-11919 joint docked OPS.
Topic: What -- STS-119
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Translunar Coast, three-quater view of Earth views over Australia and Antarctica taken during the Apollo 17 mission. Original film magazine was labeled NN. Film type was SO-368 Color Ektachrome MS CEX,Color Reversal, 250mm lens.
Topics: What -- Moon, What -- Apollo 17
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High-angle view of Pad A, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center, showing the Apollo 4 Spacecraft 017/Saturn 501 unmanned, earth-orbital space mission being readied for launch. The huge 363-ft. tall Apollo/Saturn V space vehicle was launch at 7:00:01 a.m. EST, November 9, 1967.
Topics: Where -- Kennedy Space Center KSC, What -- Apollo 4
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STS-107 Crew Training in Building 9NW. View of Astronauts Rick D. Husband (left), Mission Commander holding tripod, Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon, waving, and William C. McCool, Pilot looking down. All are wearing their Launch and Entry Suits (LES).
Topics: Who -- Rick D. Husband, Who -- Ilan Ramon, Who -- William C. McCool, What -- STS-107
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Photograph of the Gemini VII spacecraft - side view, part of adapter hidden by nose of Gemini VI - was taken from the Gemini VI spacecraft during rendezvous and station keeping maneuvers at an altitude of 163 nautical miles during orbit no. 5,on December 15,1965. G.E.T. time was 7:49/GMT time was 21.26. The two spacecrafts are approximately 22 feet apart. Original magazine number was GEM06-A-63193, taken with an 80mm lens. A black & white Master of this image exists. It's photo number is...
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Excellent view of the docked Apollo 9 Command and Service Modules CSM and Lunar Module LM, with Earth in the background, during astronaut David R. Scott's stand-up Extravehicular Activity EVA, on the fourth day of the Apollo 9 Earth-orbital mission. Scott, command module pilot, is standing in the open hatch of the Command Module CM. Film magazine was E,film type was SO-368 Ektachrome with 0.460 - 0.710 micrometers film / filter transmittance response and haze filter,80mm lens.
Topics: Who -- David R. Scott, What -- Apollo 9
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Test subject Fred Spress, Crew Systems Division, wears the space suit and extravehicular equipment planned for use by Astronaut David R. Scott. The helmet is equipped with a gold-plated viser to shield the astronauts face from unfiltered sun rays. The system is composed of a life support pack worn on the chest and a support pack worn on the back.
Topics: Who -- David R. Scott, Who -- David Scott, Who -- Fred Spress
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Test subject James H. O'Kane, Apollo Support Office, Crew Systems Div., wears a International Latex Co., prototype Apollo Lunar Space Suit during tests. MSC, HOUSTON, TX DO NOT RELEASE B&W
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View of Lunar Module (LM). This image was taken during separation of the LM and the Command Module during Apollo 11 Mission. Blackness of space in background. Original film magazine was labeled V. Film Type: S0-368 Color taken with a 250mm lens.
Topic: What -- Apollo 11
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Astronaut Alan L. Bean, Lunar Module LM pilot, unloads the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Package ALSEP Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator RTG fuel cask from the LM. Note the general texture of surficial fine-grained material disturbed by the astronauts activities and the fine-grained material accumulated on the RTG pallet and adhering to the tapes lying on the surface and to the astronaut's boots, suit and gloves. Image was taken during the first extravehicular activity EVA 1 of the Apollo...
Topics: Who -- Alan Bean, What -- Apollo 12
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Happy smiles from Pat McDivitt and Pat White reveal their pleasure in and satisfaction with the performance of their husbands during the GT-IV Spaceflight. MSC, HOUSTON, TX B&W
Topics: What -- Gemini, What -- Titan
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Skylab 4, Skylab flyaround views after the Apollo Command Module (CM)undocking. The Apollo Telescope Mount (ATM), Multiple Docking Adapter (MDA), solar panels, parasol and Orbital Workshop (OWS) are visible. Earth appears in background. Original Film Magazine was labeled CX-45. Camera Data: 70mm Hasselblad; Lens 100mm; Film Type: S0-368 Medium Speed Ektachrome. Flight Date: November 16 1973 - February 8,1974.
Topics: What -- Skylab, What -- PARASOL, What -- Earth
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Command/Service Module viewed from the lunar module during Scientific Instrumentantation Module SIM Bay Inspection. Moon in background over Sea of Crises, revolution 52. Original film magazine was labeled D film type was SO-368 Color Exterior CEX,Ektachrome MS,color reversal, 60mm lens. Principle Point Longitude 54.0 East.
Topic: What -- Moon
View of Moon limb with Earth on the horizon,Mare Smythii Region. Earth rise. This image was taken before separation of the LM and the Command Module during Apollo 11 Mission. Original film magazine was labeled V. Film Type: S0-368 Color taken with a 250mm lens. Approximate photo scale 1:1,300,000. Principal Point Latitude was 3 North by Longitude 85 East. Foward overlap is 90%. Sun angle is High. Approximate Tilt minimum is 65 degrees,maximum is 69. Tilt direction is West (W).
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Topics: What -- Moon, What -- Earth, What -- Apollo 11, What -- Sun
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View of the Charged Particle Lunar Environment Experiment CPLEE and Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Package ALSEP. Images were taken by Astronauts Shepard and Mitchell during EVA 1 of the Apollo 14 mission. Original film magazine was labeled JJ, film type was S0168 High Speed Color Reversal, Interior/Surface, 60mm lens with a sun elevation of 12 degrees.
Topics: What -- Apollo 14, What -- Sun, Who -- Alan B. Shepard Jr.
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View of Astronaut John Glenn in his Mercury pressure suit. Photos include portrait view of astronaut with visor on helmet down (36910); Full view of astronaut in pressure suit (36911).
Topics: Who -- John H. Glenn, What -- Mercury
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Image of double Star Cluster NGC 1850 located in the bar of the Large Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way Galaxy. NGC 1850 is representative of young, globular-like star clusters that have no counterpart in the Milky Way Galaxy. The two components of the cluster are both relatively young and consist of a main, globular like cluster in the center and a younger, smaller cluster seen below and to the right, composed of extremely hot, blue stars and fainter red T-Tauri stars. The...
Topics: What -- Dorado, What -- Hubble Space Telescope HST, What -- Wide Field Planetary Camera 2, What --...
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A photograph of the Gemini VII spacecraft - nose towards camera - was taken from the Gemini VI spacecraft during rendezvous and station keeping maneuvers at an altitude of 163 nautical miles during orbit no. 5, on December 15, 1965. G.E.T. time was 7:49/GMT time was 21.26. The two spacecrafts are approximately 43 feet apart. Original magazine number was GEM06-A-63169, taken with an 80mm lens. A black & white Master of this image exists. It's photo number is S65-63550.
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View of Moon limb with Earth on the horizon,Mare Smythii Region. Earth rise. This image was taken before separation of the LM and the Command Module during Apollo 11 Mission. Original film magazine was labeled V. Film Type: S0-368 Color taken with a 250mm lens. Approximate photo scale 1:1,300,000. Principal Point Latitude was 3 North by Longitude 85 East. Foward overlap is 90%. Sun angle is High. Approximate Tilt minimum is 65 degrees,maximum is 69. Tilt direction is West (W).
Topics: What -- Moon, What -- Earth, What -- Apollo 11, What -- Sun
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Nadir side view of the International Space Station (ISS) taken during STS-113 (11A). Visible are the Pressurized Mating Adapter 3 (PMA3), Space-to-Ground Antenna (SGANT), Node 1 / Unity, Airlock (AL) / Quest, PMA 1 and Functional Cargo Block (FGB) / Zarya. Docking occurred on November 25, 2002 and Undocking occurred on December 2, 2002 to deliver a new crew and a new segment to the ISS, the P1 (Port One) Truss, for the Integrated Truss Assembly (ITA).
Topics: What -- International Space Station (ISS), What -- STS-113, What -- Unity
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View of the Lunar Module LM ''Challenger'' in lunar-orbit before rendezvous with the Apollo 17 Command and Service Modules CSM. Image taken during Apollo 17 on Revolution 52. Original film magazine was labeled KK. Film type was SO-368 Color Ektachrome MS CEX, Color Reversal, 80mm lens.
Topic: What -- Challenger
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Survey views of the Mir Space Station during flyaround. Overall views of Mir over the Earth horizon. Views STS091-707-060 and 090 were selected by PAO for release to the public.
Topics: What -- Russian Mir Space Station, What -- Earth
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Close up view of the Lunar Module (LM). Image taken at Tranquility Base during the Apollo 11 Mission. Original film magazine was labeled S. Film Type: Ektachrome EF SO168 color film on a 2.7-mil Estar polyester base taken with a 60mm lens. Sun angle is Medium. Tilt direction is South (S).
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Topics: What -- Apollo 11, What -- Sun
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A view of the Apollo 17 Command and Service Modules CSM photographed from the Lunar Module LM Challenger during rendezvous and docking maneuvers in lunar-orbit, during Scientific Instrumentantation Module SIM Bay Inspection, revolution 52. Moon in background over Auzout A. Original film magazine was labeled D, film type was SO-368 Color Exterior CEX,Ektachrome MS,color reversal, 60mm lens. Principle Point Longitude 64.5 East.
Topic: What -- Moon
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View of the heavy-weighted Apollo Boilerplate C/M in a drop test of the Earth Landing System.
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View of the Orbiter Endeavour during its approach, viewed from the Mir Space Station during NASA 6.
Topic: What -- Russian Mir Space Station
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View from station Lunar Module LM,Flag,Commander Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan, Earth, taken during the first Extravehicular Activity EVA 1 of the Apollo 17 mission. Original film magazine was labeled B, film type was SO-368 Color Exterior, CEX, Ektachrome MS, color reversal 60mm lens with a sun elevation of 16 degrees.
Topics: Who -- Eugene A. Cernan, What -- Earth
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Earth observation views of Greece, Crete, Turkey and the Aegean Sea taken from Atlantis, Orbital Vehicle (OV) 104, during the STS-106 mission.
Topics: What -- Earth, What -- STS-106, Where -- Greece, Where -- Turkey
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View of the Lunar Surface towards the southeastern Horizon. Images were taken during EVA 1 of the Apollo 14 mission. Original film magazine was labeled II, film type was S0168 High Speed Color Reversal, Interior/Surface, 60mm lens with a sun elevation of 12 degrees.
Topic: What -- Apollo 14
APOLLO MISSION SIMULATOR, LUNAR MISS-SIM. , TRANSLATION and DOCKING SIM. , PROCEDURES DEVEL. SIM. , WATER IMMERSION FACILITY, CM MOCK-UP, LM MOCK-UP, DYNAMIC CREW PROCEDURES SIMULATOR, LLTV SIM., and PARTIAL
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Apollo 8, the rising Earth is about five degrees above the lunar horizon in this telephoto view taken from the Apollo 8 spacecraft near 110 degrees east longitude. The horizon, about 570 kilometers 350 statute miles from the spacecraft, is near the eastern limb of the Moon as viewed from the Earth. Width of the view at the horizon is about 150 kilometers 95 statute miles. On the Earth 240,000 statute miles away the sunset terminator crosses Africa. The crew took the photo around 10:40 a.m....
Topics: What -- Apollo 8, What -- Earth, What -- Moon
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Scientist-astronaut Harrison H. Schmitt is photographed seated in the Lunar Roving Vehicle LRV at Station 9 Van Serg Crater during the third Apollo 17 Extravehicular Activity EVA-3 at the Taurus-Littrow landing site. This photograph was taken by astronaut Eugene A. Cernan, crew commander. Original film magazine was labeled B, film type was SO-368 Color Exterior, CEX, Ektachrome MS, color reversal 60mm lens with a sun elevation of 38 degrees.
Topics: Who -- Harrison H. Schmit, What -- Crater, What -- Apollo 17, What -- Taurus, Who -- Eugene A....
Astronaut Alan L. Bean is photographed hammering a double core tube near Halo Crater during the second Extravehicular Activity EVA 2 of the Apollo 12 mission. Original film magazine was labeled Z,film type was SO-267 Pluss-XX, high-speed black and white thin base film, ASA 278 taken with an 60mm lens. The Sun angle was low, the approximate camera tilt was Medium Oblique and the direction of the tilt was Southwest.
Topics: Who -- Alan Bean, What -- Crater, What -- Apollo 12
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Astronaut Alan L. Bean,lunar module pilot,unloads the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Package ALSEP Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator RTG from the Lunar Module LM Image was taken during the first Extravehicular Activity EVA 1 of the Apollo 12 mission. Original film magazine was labeled Y,film type was HCEX SO-168 - Ektachrome EF,high-speed color reversal,ASA 160 taken with an 60mm lens. The Sun angle was low,the approximate camera tilt was Medium Oblique and the direction of the tilt was...
Topics: Who -- Alan Bean, What -- Apollo 12
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Detailed view of the Gemini Extravehicular Space Suit showing the suits different pieces of equipment.
Topic: What -- Gemini
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View of the Space Shuttle Atlantis during its launch, marking the beginning of the STS-129 mission, from Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC), Cape Canaveral, Florida. KSC image number: KSC-2009-6389.
Topics: What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter, What -- STS-129, Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
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The prime crew of the first manned Apollo Space Flight, Apollo/Saturn AS mission 204, is suited up aboard the NASA Motor Vessel Retriever MVR in preparation for Apollo water egress training in the Gulf of Mexico. Left to right, are astronauts Edward H. White II, senior pilot; Virgil I. Grissom, command pilot; and Roger B. Chaffee, pilot.
Topics: Who -- Roger B. Chaffee, Who -- Edward H. White, Who -- Virgil I. Grissom
View of Moon limb with Earth on the horizon,Mare Smythii Region. Earth rise. This image was taken before separation of the LM and the Command Module during Apollo 11 Mission. Original film magazine was labeled V. Film Type: S0-368 Color taken with a 250mm lens. Approximate photo scale 1:1,300,000. Principal Point Latitude was 3 North by Longitude 85 East. Foward overlap is 90%. Sun angle is High. Approximate Tilt minimum is 65 degrees,maximum is 69. Tilt direction is West (W).
Topics: What -- Moon, What -- Earth, What -- Apollo 11, What -- Sun
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View from station Lunar Module LM, Flag, Commander Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan, South Massif, taken during the first Extravehicular Activity EVA 1 of the Apollo 17 mission. Original film magazine was labeled B, film type was SO-368 Color Exterior, CEX, Ektachrome MS, color reversal 60mm lens with a sun elevation of 16 degrees.
Topics: Who -- Eugene A. Cernan, What -- Apollo 17
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Various views of the STS-98 orbiter Atlantis as it makes its approach to docking with the International Space Station ISS Alpha.
Topic: What -- STS-98
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Rocketdyne Artist Concept depicting the firing of the Ascent Engine as the Apollo 11 Lunar Module (LM) Ascent Stage is launched from the surface of the Moon. The Descent Stage serves as a launch base and remains on the Lunar surface. 1. APOLLO 11 - ART CONCEPT
Topics: What -- Apollo 11, What -- Moon
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Nadir side view of the International Space Station (ISS) taken during STS-113 (11A). Visible are the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny, S0 (S-zero) Truss, Airlock (AL) / Quest, Pressurized Mating Adapter 3 (PMA3), Space-to-Ground Antenna (SGANT) and Node 1 / Unity. Docking occurred on November 25, 2002 and Undocking occurred on December 2, 2002 to deliver a new crew and a new segment to the ISS, the P1 (Port One) Truss, for the Integrated Truss Assembly (ITA).
Topics: What -- International Space Station (ISS), What -- STS-113, What -- Destiny, What -- Unity
Interior view of Apollo C/M Simulator showing Astronaut Donn F. Eisele, left, in Command Pilot's couch. Right, Astronaut R. Walter Cunningham at Navigation Station preparing to align Inertial Measurement Unit IMU prior to simulated maneuver. NAA, DOWNEY, CA
Topic: Who -- Donn F. Eisele
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Translunar Coast view of Earth over Africa, Saudi Arabia and Antarctica taken as the Apollo 17 crew traveled to the Moon. Original film magazine was labeled NN. Film type was SO-368 Color Ektachrome MS CEX, Color Reversal, 80mm lens.
Topics: What -- Moon, What -- Apollo 17, Where -- Africa
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Survey views of the Mir Space Station during flyaround. Overall views of Mir over the Earth horizon. Views STS091-707-060 and 090 were selected by PAO for release to the public.
Topics: What -- Russian Mir Space Station, What -- Earth
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View of the forward section of the space shuttle Atlantis taken from the Russian space station Mir. The STS-74 crew can be seen in in the aft flight windows of several of the photos.
Topics: What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter, What -- Russian Mir Space Station, What -- STS-74
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An Artist Concept illustrating the comparative sizes of the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo Spacecraft and their launch vehicles. MSC, HOUSTON, TX
Topics: What -- Mercury, What -- Gemini
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Engineer Bill Peterson fits test pilot Bob Smyth in spacesuit A-3H-024 with the LEM Astronaut restraint harness during suit evaluation study.
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International Space Station (ISS) United States (U.S.) Laboratory (Lab) module suspended as workers look on after completion of the main structure weld.
Topics: What -- International Space Station (ISS), Where -- United States of America
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Comparison images show how a global dust storm engulfed the planet Mars with the onset of Martian Spring in the Southern Hemisphere. Hubble Space Telescope (HST) imaged Mars in June, 2001, as the seeds of the storm were brewing in the giant Hellas Basin (oval at 4 o'clock position on the disk) and in another storm at the northern polar cap. When Mars was imaged in September, 2001, the storm had raged almost 2 months, obscuring all surface features. Mars appears gibbous in the right image as it...
Topics: What -- Mars, What -- Hubble Space Telescope (HST), What -- Polar, What -- Earth, What -- Sun, What...
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Astronaut Alfred M. Worden, command module pilot, checks the connections to his suit during suiting up operations in the Kennedy Space Center's (KSC) Manned Spacecraft Operations Building during Apollo 15 prelaunch countdown (41407); Three Apollo 15 astronauts go through suiting up operations. They are David R. Scott (foreground), commander; Worden (center), command module pilot; and James B. Irwin (in background), lunar module pilot. With the crewmen was Dr. Donald K. Slyaton (wearing dark...
Topics: Who -- David R. Scott, Who -- James Irwin, Who -- Alfred M. Worden, What -- Apollo 15, Where --...
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This color photograph of the comet Kohoutek was taken by members of the lunar and planetary laboratory photographic team from the University of Arizona, at the Catalina Observatory with a 35mm camera on January 11, 1974.
Topic: What -- COMETS
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Apollo 17 Commander Eugene Cernan driving Lunar Rovering Vehicle LRV at the Lunar Module Station,Quadrant 3 and 4. Image taken on Extravehicular Activity EVA 1 during the Apollo 17 Mission. Original film magazine was labeled A. Film type was SO-368, Color Exterior CEX,Ektachrome MS,Color reversal, 60mm lens.Sun Elevation 15.
Topic: What -- Moon
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The space shuttle Atlantis touches down on Runway 33 at the Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida after 11 days in space, completing the STS-129 mission. Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann. KSC image number: KSC-2009-6580.
Topics: What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter, What -- STS-129, Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
View of the Moon limb,Lunar Module during ascent,Mare Smythii. Earth is visible over the horizon. Image was taken during the Apollo 11 Mission. Original film magazine was labeled V. Film Type: S0-368 Color taken with a 80mm lens. Approximate Photo Scale is 1:3,200,000. Principal Point Latitude is 1.5 degrees North,Longitude is 88 degrees East. Forward Overlap 60%. Sun Angle is High. Approximate Tilt minimum is 65, maximum is 75. Tilt Direction is West (W).
Topics: What -- Moon, What -- Earth, What -- Apollo 11, What -- Sun
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Astronauts Thomas Stafford and Eugene Cernan right receive a warm welcome as they arrive aboard the prime recovery ship, the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Wasp. John C. Stonesifer, with the Manned Spacecraft Center's Landing and Recovery Division, stands next to microphone at left. The Gemini 9 spacecraft can be seen in the right background of the view.
Topics: Who -- Thomas Stafford, Who -- John C. Stonesifer, What -- Gemini, Who -- John C. Stonesifer
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Documentary coverage of the Apollo 8 prime crew Borman, Lovell, Anders performing water egress training in the Gulf of Mexico onbaord the NASA ship ''Retriever'' and using the USCG helicopter and Bill Pugh net. 1. Ships- ''Retriever'' 2. Aircraft- Helicopter
Topics: Who -- William A. Anders, What -- Apollo 8, Who -- Frank Borman, Who -- James A. Lovell Jr.
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STS-98 Mission Specialist (MS) Thomas Jones holds the IMAX camera and light kit in the Zvezda Service Module (SM). Photos were taken during ISS flight 5A.
Topics: What -- STS-98, What -- Zvezda
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Earth observations taken during the STS-88 mission from the space shuttle Endeavour including: Everest (030). Bow-Tie lake and Everest (032). Lower Ganges river and delta (036). View 036 was selected by the crew for use in their postflight presentation.
Topics: What -- Earth, What -- STS-88, What -- Space Shuttle Endeavour
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View of Moon limb with Earth on the horizon,Mare Smythii Region. Earth rise. This image was taken before separation of the LM and the Command Module during Apollo 11 Mission. Original film magazine was labeled V. Film Type: S0-368 Color taken with a 250mm lens. Approximate photo scale 1:1,300,000. Principal Point Latitude was 3 North by Longitude 85 East. Foward overlap is 90%. Sun angle is High. Approximate Tilt minimum is 65 degrees,maximum is 69. Tilt direction is West (W).
Topics: What -- Moon, What -- Earth, What -- Apollo 11, What -- Sun
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Astronaut David R. Scott, mission commander, performs a task at the Lunar Roving Vehicle parked on the edge of Hadley Rille Rima Hadley during the first Apollo 15 lunar surface extravehicular activity EVA-1. This photograph was taken by Astronaut James B. Irwin, lunar module pilot, from the flank of St. George Crater. The view is looking north along the rille. Original film magazine was labeled LL, film type was 3401 High Speed Black and White, 60mm lens with a sun elevation of 20 degrees.
Topics: Who -- David R. Scott, Who -- James Irwin, What -- Apollo 15, What -- Crater
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Apollo 8,Moon with Earth over the horizon, looking toward Gibbs, Target of Opportunity T/O 28, Mare on floor of 100 kilometer crater,and bright crater. Principle Point Latitude and Longitude in space. Camera Tilt Mode: High Oblique. Direction: Southwest. Original Film Magazine was labeled E. Camera Data: 70mm Hasselblad; Shutter Speed: 1/250 second. Film Type: Kodak SO-3400 Black and White,ASA 40. Other Photographic Coverage: Lunar Orbiter 1 LO I S-9, Lunar Orbiter 2 LO II S-14, Lunar Orbiter 3...
Topics: What -- Apollo 8, What -- Earth, What -- Opportunity, What -- Crater, What -- Lunar Orbiter 1, What...
View of Moon limb with Earth on the horizon,Mare Smythii Region. Earth rise. This image was taken before separation of the LM and the Command Module during Apollo 11 Mission. Original film magazine was labeled V. Film Type: S0-368 Color taken with a 250mm lens. Approximate photo scale 1:1,300,000. Principal Point Latitude was 3 North by Longitude 85 East. Foward overlap is 90%. Sun angle is High. Approximate Tilt minimum is 65 degrees,maximum is 69. Tilt direction is West (W).
Topics: What -- Moon, What -- Earth, What -- Apollo 11, What -- Sun
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Astronaut Edward H. White II, Pilot for the GT-4 Space Flight, floats in zero-gravity of Space. The EVA was performed during the third revolution of the GT-4 spacecraft. View was taken as the flight was crossing the West Coast of the United States. Visible on the lower left portion of the frame is the Southwest United States, Northern Mexico with Baha underneath White's head. White is attached to the spacecraft by a 25-ft. umbilical line and a 23-ft. tether line, both wrapped in gold tape to...
Topics: What -- Sun, What -- Gemini, What -- Titan, Where -- United States of America
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Artist's concept of the International Space Station (ISS) at various stages of its development.
Topic: What -- International Space Station (ISS)